Sarah Bull, CIM®, FCSI
Partner & Portfolio Manager
“No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” – Theodore Roosevelt


  • Wealth management for women
  • Wealth planning after a divorce or death


  • Bachelor of Arts, Queen’s University


  • Chartered Investment Manager® (CIM®)
  • Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute (FCSI)
Sarah Bull, CIM®, FCSI
Partner & Portfolio Manager
“No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” – Theodore Roosevelt

Sarah has deep leadership expertise in advising high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals on their wealth. She focuses on developing customized investment solutions and portfolios to address their short-term, long-term and legacy goals and objectives.

Sarah is deeply committed to her clients and drives all of her efforts towards protecting client capital, generating solid risk adjusted portfolio returns and supporting clients on their personal wealth journeys. She acts in a strategic financial capacity to clients to help them better understand, establish and execute their wealth management goals.

Sarah offers a holistic approach where investing tends to be only one topic of conversation alongside family, children, retirement planning, philanthropy, and other issues and concerns. Sarah brings decades of experience working with individuals to help them best protect their financial futures as they navigate the uncertainties that accompany significant life events including divorce, death of a spouse, retirement and the sale of a business.

Prior to joining KJ Harrison Investors, Sarah was a principal at Connor Clark where she successfully managed investments for a number of private families.

Sarah is often asked to speak to high-net-worth individuals, business owners and groups of executive women on issues surrounding strategic wealth. She is active in her community and in philanthropy. She is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Toronto and Verity Women’s Club, and co-founder of the Women Impact Network. She is also a member of the Board of the Royal Ontario Museum, a member of the Foundation Board of the Princess Margaret Cancer Hospital and a past member of the Board of the Havergal College Foundation.

Recent Insights from Sarah

Why you need a cohabitation or marriage contract the second time around
Love might be better the second time around, but the outcome isn’t always. In fact, the odds of divorce or separation in second and subsequent marriages and long-term relationships are higher than for first marriages. In this article for Divorce magazine, Sarah discusses why it’s important for second-timers to protect themselves financially – just in case.